Ups battery System

Online UPS / Offline UPS Battery system suppliers

To facilitate smooth functioning in hospital, labs, chemical industries, banking, insurance and in other service institutions, it has become necessary to maintain the latest financial software packages, industrial machines, global networking facilities and user-friendly ATM services. This, in turn, has led to a large-scale computerization and consequent need for back-up power or Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Systems.

Costa Power suggests & deals in varied types of UPSs and their attributes often cause confusion in the data center industry. Costa believes as ups dealers & it is widely believed that there are only two types of UPS systems, Online UPS and Offline UPS & we supply both ups suppliers in Mumbai & online ups in Mumbai with all capacity.

The integral part of a UPS is the battery bank. The battery acts as a back-up power source that supports the UPS battery system. The most popular battery system being used with UPS is the Lead Acid battery system. Broadly, there are two types of Lead Acid batteries suitable for SMF VRLA batteries and Tubular batteries.

VRLA batteries are flat plate batteries that do not require periodic topping-up with water and normally do not emit any fumes or gases on a continuous basis. They are best suitable for applications where back-up requirement is usually short, normally not exceeding 30 mins to 1 hour. These batteries are automatic choice where ambient temperature is not very high and space is a constraint. Exide’s Powersafe VRLA batteries provide ideal back-up power for UPS systems.

Tubular batteries use a special technology by which the active material is encapsulated in polyester tubes to prevent shedding. These types of batteries are recommended for back-up power for UPS where environmental conditions are tough and high ambient temperature are common.

Costa Power offers to understand end user point of view that kVA is a unit of apparent power, which is electrical power unit. 1 kilo-volt-ampere is equal to 1000 volt-ampere: 1kVA = 1000VA. 1 kilo-volt-ampere is equal to 1000 times 1 volt times 1 ampere: 1kVA = 1000⋅1V⋅1A. Batteries can store only Direct Current (DC) power. AC power cannot be stored unless converted to DC (which is done by using transformer and recifier+filter circuitry). There are primarily two modes of operation of the UPS i.e. Mains mode and Inverter mode. CPIPL offers special rates for ups battery in each make of Exide battery suppliers along with Rocket battery dealers & Quanta battery in Domestic level as well export Globally.

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